BRETT Hodgson believes his Hull FC side ran into Warrington Wolves’ “best performance for a number of games” in their drawn match yesterday.

The sides could not be separated after normal time and a 10-minute golden point period as both took a point from a 14-14 draw.

The Black and Whites were seconds away from victory in normal time, only for Jake Mamo to rescue The Wire with a try on the stroke of full time.

Hodgson, who played for Warrington between 2011 and 2013, thought his old side “asked many questions” of his new charges and that they will learn plenty from the clash at the KCOM Stadium.

“No doubt we will learn some really good lessons today,” he said.

“To be fair, you’ve got to give Warrington a lot of credit as well.

“I think this was their best performance for a number of games, going back into last year as well.

“I thought they asked many questions of us in ‘D’ and we had to be on our game defensively to make sure we shut down their threats.

“Plenty of lessons learned, though, and we’ll make sure we’re better for it next week.”